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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ritlDAY, UKCBMUKK 2G, 191.1 THE -VAILY RISK AM) PAGE THREn Tonight Tonight KEYSTONE COMEDY THE BURIED PAST, In Two Parts An Exceptional Character Study rich In Adventure and Incident. The Girl Spy's Atonement A Conflict of Personal tove with the Self-Consuming Devotion to a Great ON THE U. S. RECLAMATION PRO- JECT SOUTH OF ICE JAM' ON ST. MARY'S Enteriainments in Which the Children Andrews and Lutheran Schools BIJOU THEATRE Tomorrow Today U 1 ?7 Voodoo Vengeance MAL PRODUCTION IN THREE A COMEDY and Coming "The Man in Black" A SENSATIONAL ANIMAL PRODUCTION IN THREE A COMEDY and ANOTHER DRAMA lOc Comin "The Man in Black" 15c C'arJston, UPC. 20.-V.ork on Veiled States project at JSabb. "outaua, is practically SAIST pfjjded for the 'fix jircifut eirld spell has dtivc-o frost into the ground, juakiug dhctmig ii. ifi'iilirscd also thai of Muilianati. ('amp 9 iul I.'- "goveiiiMPiil tTf.s" has jalsu c-caseO J. K. Hilton, one of the couUact- rs on, the.big unload- ig a 1UQ ton drag lit-i'for cstaval- ijj at -Bahb. The outnt is at t'ards- ton KtUl, snf] ouly part of it has been aken yfl'the car's. This will the mas raafcta held In' Galbralth school argest machine at work on the nlylit. HiiJ arrived with all 1.1" ect as yet, -most oi thy cji.l rotors i bells Just in time to disptiiEti candies the scraping- with horses. ,V post oQice lias at WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS HAVE TO SAY. OF THEIR SHOWS netclier, Montana, for'the benoliL y! the men en-the vorl's. This point is headquarters for the engineers other canal officials- TI.e place is equipped with waterworks and all modern conveniences. has closed in Ulavicr Na- tional I'ark'.also- A lot has been done this fall-iii the' way of improvement to roads and bridges and some new U ivis aautu's busy day yciU-rilay Iwl lit did not overlook Iiis llirong ot (ollowere at the SL Andrews Chris1. id clitc-r to all the little The I'anlala "took the form ol an organization of relU-f, and was en- titled 'CMpM-rE In Willi Sanla Cbtis.' over 100 children of tills thriving Sun- day scbool lemiins their talents In aid of rhelr patron 331311. to Ihe satisfac- tion a largo audience. The entire program was .unl.juy, ulille the ren- dering of llio. iJieces was remarkable. The oast ot characters Included Kan- la (Jims. Dr. Gretilell and family, Majestic Theatre have all been made easier of access. The automobile rnacl has tended'arid and tlie paik .wonderful ter the work tliat has beendonc. llugir ii. Urowfi returned on Mon-- Iday n'sl't from an trip to i St. 1'aul, .Minneapolis, An Alaskan Romance at Stsrland Hoiv many iroiucu in Myrtle Cross1 fOFttion iu "The Burued shown it SEarlanil tor the first time today, ivhon given the same chance, would have done otherwise than Flic? It Vvould bo hard to say. Nevertheless, her storj" makes a drama of excep- tional character study that is strong In motive and riclian adventure.. This stirring romance should bo stcfu ty tSH TvJso love adventure In "The Girl Spy's Atonement" we have a drama ol the highest'order. story plunges us Into jit- UAlions of the Amgricau Civil War, events oC vital importance to a young captain of the Kortheni forces, aud Nornia'r. girt of the South. This to .impress all who see it. The Keystone, "AL Muddy >s funny -enough to cure._tbe worst kind of -A grouch. r- Christmas Day at tht Sherman The promise of the management of tlie mosi popular playhouse in Ihc ciiy.' to provide bfsti clasa cn- iertainuit-ut for Yule-tide was redeemed, as the hill presented yes- terday is Tvhliout douht the finest ar- my of talented viudevillc artistes tver seen in the city. It lo note that a capacity audience look (Jleasure in enjoying the good thigs cffered for their approval, and every- one was Immensely pleased at the cx- telleiu hill of fare set hefore tTtcm. a'ro remnrkahty Kood ind were alone "worth price of- ad- biisston. Howard "Jt" Graf, in '-The" Juggler's were Immense, the tady member rendering "Tlie Vale of breams" Me to Sleep' In a delightful manner, tho number rounds of Applause. "Howard is a a ivondei', balancing tnythtng from a piece of newspaper heavy suites of rurnllure tvilh an and firace that brought down tho En fifteen minutes- of ven- trllcxiuil :irt, and ivas the best exhi- bition ever glved hi the west. Old and young were thoroughly appreciative ot- las clover work, and were not tflow in responding. Curtis La Van were compelled to return time after time. FO persistent, was tlio audience lo have rcoro ol the original singing and dancing they offered. These five cer- tainly are artistes in their .line of wort, and deserve a word of praise for Ihc manner ia which they cyptli- v.ite" tho auditor. -Tlio headtmeJs, Hawthorne rind Iiis -Minstrel .Maids, j deserve a word of special mention, ithe costuming and Felting of this act 1 being one. that calls" for rucoyhiiion th, 1 This splendid two-reel turn by the Ellison an ____ lion ol tho vrorM famous novel "Hard jcjfiei_ Hc falind jnrastots by Cliarles Reode. the firftat in tlie Tempie ciU aud .n: jlr sail, lL lvell :ii Tots. L'ath part was well fillcU. eviacudns .lutlcnt. training .and gular talent, thu autlienco vouchiiis Tor ttiolr ajiprcciaiion by ugorGus ap Clause. Tho main idea running tlirougii. tht I' AiiK'rica's I'oi'ciiiost Cnniediau GEO. B.HOWARD I' HARU-M The Comedy Siim'.ss (if Years on 8iilo at Kenny Alliiv's T.JC, (Jallcry 25c. y was to iJM'e in Santa, thc'lliouslil being well carried out. Any tlmt- might other- wise have been raiSFCil In tlic rusli of Chris Kringle to supply all tho 'liovs and gills In Iiis vast do- main, were assured their of the Christmas cheer by able Mr. Broivii, fells Ihc scriiic that heliiera. and it 13 safe to say that no hill of striking cflects and situations, j sold Ihc corner i one in si. AnSrews n-as overlooked. U or Ihe Jays ul private; awoss [rom' Slc'ed's sUire to tlic .unatic asylums, where were Hant' ot Uanaaa lor a b'ant toj English novelist, one of the most-per- fect products of rno'clern uple some good sales away. 1m mediately tlio curtain Much :nany of theso places in lite Old .ry, Iho villainous proprietors lilicd their hbtrid trade without" let or i site; '.This is one of the most desir- able sites in'.lnc anil the bank lib- ,a" Luilding in .lindrance. Happily these times'are {keeping with .the gran tlrot the town. old credit is duo Mr. -HawUiorne for the mannerJr. -which Iichus rehears etl. his maidens, as every ineinbcrof the. com- pany is'eicellent, ublli lii 'singing dud daneins. Hawthorne and' 'his 'male partner create inirth of. a ven" ncJj character lu their hiack-fiiced dialogue atJ iho whole act is one of the prct- ttest and best that ever graced the footlighF.' They arc here for the. hal- anne o fthe week, and It -will a siirjirise f. capacity- audiences ilo iiot greet them at each and 'overy Performance. H Js'Imposslblc to give llio anyihtns bet- ter at such popular prices', .and the management feel Justly proud of Uiis their crowning effort to entertain! 1 Great Animal Feature at the'. Bijou Tho management" "o" ihc JUJo.i are able to guarantee .various attrac- tion tonight as A1. "Tno Voo- rtoo Vengeance." in three reels by the World's nest. Feature Film Co., is a crackorjnrk, 'an animal picture star- ring Capt. Jack Uonavisln-. Tlio 'sit- uations are thrilling anj dramatic In. tiio extreme. Another splendid tlr.ima sea captain, who has accumulated on Hie :Hver near V idm on his'last home-1 St- Mary's river east.'oJ daughter, hut-nearly cverythinK-'that j Several buildings-are iiifilanger .ol be- Sefalls him'interferes Us .ob-: ins'raibeJ and uoivn stream, ject. 'One action swIWv-follows-on b notsvylll. another.. The desperate I .John VYooli'oEil has' just- .'received scenes aHoanl-iluf iron, the old laml ia- anil actual destruction of 'ropj.his ciu- _._ J'-loycr coniplcfiun-Q: 42.years' ship are depicted in a most 16 manner. Hc.lliea money in of failure, ano Ihe hanker to Ininkr takes desperate "mea! obtain possession. tjirns the old and a good laughlog bo Watch for liio big attraction coming louse. Don Taylor and Iiis boy gave''.'The Man in is pla' iccrVin receive Ms old age iiension, teink-ntfw The old is father of Ciias.'Vool- arid brhlher of'Thos. listricl is iafUr 'ivlioni the Wool ford asyltini. The iiankpr s.son, who najiiClj hears tie'plot'-to'steal'the threateniiis to -JiscloEc. is by his.own fatlier, eelzed and put in thc.snme asy- QALGARY LEGISLATES lum. They, after suffering the b'pr- j INSPECTOR OUT OF OFFICE ror of. be-Ing compelled to live with j -CtilsnTy, HDP. 25.-7-License Insficc- madmen, escape during a firo, and reach the st-a coast, tho sight and sound of .the. sea restores [he cap- lain'g 'memory. They proceed to the where, through thu death of the tor" 1 .Manarey- giaccfully and legislated out of tlio cHy .council la.ct niiiht. On" rccoirtmendstion.. ot tlie ronimls- sSoucrs his ofllcc was -abolislierl and lank .clerk 'who had stolon ine rcceipi, the .licensing tltpnrimcnt put under they arc able .to recover the money, {control of the ijoHceJ-' Jlr.' Manarey Xo better piny has ore-.- iieen sub mil- n tr.ontirs notice and n new de- ted lo tfie cilfens of all should see it without fail. and puly, to be will get Uic job at a, l plalntiff in Ihc big Spcnccr-Mooncv the. sum of a liumlred nnd trial here a few Ic.ivrsto- sixty-two dollars, taking "itoj night fnr Itoston, Mmic- consid era lion the difiercr.ce in Copula-1 ton, lie will recuperate tions( was much belter than Calgarv. for the ncvt Luo months. On his re- lurn llr. .Spencer start up in busilicss. In a letter roroivni from .J. 'nonunion Commissioner' ol f Slcnson 01 this i i is Fine For Backache Other numbers on the program ere equally ivell gotten up and iiv eluded the following: Oixjning chor- us by tho by the primary department, recitation by the Little -Tots, -snowball drill, the snowballs frcm the'-far by 'the "ofieriug to ttic -Xurilng JiissioD, lantern'drill and tlie distri butjon uf preEents. Sirs. Home was responsible-for tile' suowbal! drill 'which deeitJedly well done, 'nud Mr. tlie1 lantern drill, n. bemtiFufetfect. .being given '.hy the Kglited'Chinese lanierns. Mrs. Bry- F.II bail charge of the stage aiid ersrvcs raucli cjcdlt for tho way iii viiich handled the litt'.o folks mi .io''platform. Miss" Bryan presided 'p.iami with rierit, nn'I tlie Kcv. Jriait acted as chairman in Ills usual plendij fashion, Tlic hall was liKiaiiiuiiy decorated, ,nd ilie presence of a fine Christmas rcb: kfldert' Iiislre to the occasion. The proceeds of ilie etitertainmep.t aru to he devoted to a Sunday School ibrary. Lutheran Sunday School The Lutheran church was packed ast night for tlie annual Sunday festival. The programme was much bo best in years, and greatly delight- ed ttic crowd. The 'j-rogramme con- Eisted largely In .the presentation ot a musical exercise "Joy Hells of and the youngsters one all did their yarls There ciioriisc-s." fiuarteltes, duets and soiof. hut perhaps ulf.ssed the auiUejice the most was the ciifecially Cno of the little sMs. cc-tainiy did re.mrirkably v.ell. The lastor, Hev. A. C. presided; anil there was a we'.l-li'.ilen Christmas tree, which was by r.o means ilie least en- joyable feajurij of'the night to the were l-lso a treat. SHERMAN THEATRE Christmas Special To-night and To-morrow Night Hawthorne and His Howard Graf Minstrel Maids IN "A Night of Minstrslsy" Don Taylor Up-to-Ojte Ventriloquist. "THE Curtis Lavan Singing, and Acrobatic Dancing. FOUR OF THE BEST IN PHOTO PLAYS MATINEE, DAILY AT 2.30 p.rn.................... 15c. and 10c. EVENING at 7 and 9 p.m., Adults 35c; Children 25c. REGULARLY Thai there is a little I district Imrns that the gorciiiir.cnl i FLUSH YOUR KIDNEYS OCCASION lice. >C. Wiley ar- jn tovn than or.c would lie led to will lielp to a certain extent- the un-j ALLY IF YOU EAT MEAT rived in town today lo lake on the from (lie .gc'nr'ral oi hard tontmalc settlers of Ihe Allcnflctd iutics of U. H. road master Irre. iimc-j, might indicateil by tlic fact section .Mr. Wiley, who has been stationed at the ladies of the Catholic'chnti-h hailed out fall. Tic cominis'si.on- Calgary for some lime, is a capable cleaned'up a'sum which (aujitd (lip cr slates (tint bis department' 'will railroader, nnd should in his tit-v.' nppoinlmeiil. Cicolirey Spencer, whu secured tiileraHc noloricly lately as' up a sum NIJILJI mjii'm nuke ttmusand dollar mark by scvenlv-livo ailvntu-c seed train to all Iliose Tlic girls anil liic Hoy Scouts, snltrred loss Ihroiisli hail and who nut- ito so-ljatl cilhcr on Tubercd-' arc upon nnjiatented laiats, unpat- Ilic losjs 1'ay (or for the lund cnlcii pre-crnplions purchased _______'__ Ihc ilcn.irlment taklni; Xo .nir.n woman who Vat-s mea r'ejiila'rh ran make a mistake by Hushing the kidney.'' says a. well known authority. Mea jormB'.iiric acid which the i'ey pores EO tney slngpisbly filler o strain only part of the 'waste and j.j from tito blou3, then" you ge May The management have plsasure-in announclng-the presentaticn of Ihc great Two Reel Edison Masterpiece "Hard This Wonderful Proto Drama Is a Masterly Adaptation of Pow- erful Book by Chants Reade, one of the greatest novelists of the age'sr.d is unqjestjonsbly the most absorbing picture play ever exhibited in the City of Lethbridse. BERT ELLINGSON WILL SING Mount Royal College, Calgary Opening'of TERM, Monday, January 61H.1913 BUSINESS Slcnosropliy, coiinlancy, t'c. Vocal, Iiistruniontal and Theory. iiigVgcnool Gradee. Preparation [or Onl- vcrpity nncl TcacherK.' Ladfns' Collosc Courses for girls, French toiivoreallon Pointing. Wattr Colors. Leather Tollng.'clt.' EXPRESSION AND PHYSICAL Draraatlk.' Ail and I'uMlc HOUSEHOLD I'cr infornmlion p.tiil Calonilar, aPlily to REV. GEORGE W. KERBY, B.A., D.D., PRINCIPAL PHONE M. 2191 CALGARY of the ellahlc auto aeciilfnl r.ear or worried or vexed at trifles, your vital forces are slowly bat' surely deteriorating, Scott's Emulsion overcomes nervoiianess belter than anything else because its nourishing force enriches the blood and stimulates its flow to all tha tissues and bathes the tiny nerve cells in the rich, plasma by which they are nourished. Skim alcoholic si t stilalcs that stimulateand stupefy. Take Saott's Emulsion for yotn.'. nervet. Its nutritive power is the greatest help- that nature affords. tenccJ by a' sensation of scald'ns. gel and ai.-u damages for Ihe unforlunale Willinm McDougall, ari of-llw local police force, lias bcc'n-ap- j pointed bailiti instead ol Ernest- ilaug who held the position 'for time, EVERY BONE IN BODY BROKEN San Francisco, iJcc. Olaf, Czar- uofski, a sleeple-jack, known out (he country as human, was foniKl loday on llio first floor landing o( Ihe SI. Francis llolel annex, now In process of. constnictlou Ills Bkiill was fractured untl nearly every bono In hlB-hody -was broken. Apparently- lie had a terrible where ho fell from, pr when 'no jieribn kuorf. about four ounces of Jad-Salts Trom any reliable pharmacy and inke n table spoonful In a glass of water be- fore breakfast for a days and your hldneys wtll then act fine. -This famous'salts ia nude 'from the acid ot grapca :and lenion Juice, combined vlth UthTa and has been u'seil for crftilona to Sidneys and elimulate them to activity, also fo neutrafize the in urine so It no longer causes ending Salts art itiexpensH-c anO can- riot Injure; makes a delightful effer- vescent lilhia water drink which all regular eaters should (ake now and then to keen tho kldiioya clean and the-blood plirev thereby avoiding ierious'kldney coTapHeattons; For sate ty J..D. nijlnbotbara Co. Ltd. atlfil far ami the, FnitroiHiUmgs and may -he called, nb if. the goes to cmut. "is Ihe sigcul of Milfurd lliis dis- friel for in I.iinitcil. Coijocrf: and Cold Cosigrc- gaUcnnl cliurclics liavu tailed HoV. II, Crock of Melbourne. Ouobee, lo mf.cccd IJtv. A. F. I'ollock, who goes o Granby, young Indy who the victim the roail tmp. Mr. Grain tales a lery satic view frl the matter. He said that it was repotted that the was oul (or 'ihc Rcalp.ot K. Archibald, intentlcnt oi Canlston tlibdicl. nipei This is untrue, according lo Mr. yet, and (he povcrnmcn( is being asVcd to place the responsibility. road was a public if was roar! to Lclhhriiljje ot not Gram. No particular parly has bcrn charged with the iirgtcct, and have been safeguarded. Tlic car is sii.lHn (fie Uitch where it was thrown wlien Ihe rtecident oc- 'I'liolographs have been la and visitors ;viCKCd' dis- NORTH Qtl'APPELLE. LIBERAL NOMINEE, Sask., Dec. Liberals mul here to nominate a candidate tn.- tlisir intorerft in Ihn conteH for the prat vacaicil by the resignation' of J. A. MclJonald, v.-hose election was pro-, tested for bribery and corruption, on'. a wide scale.. Mr. Gardner, Qf Leni'- was ciiofei! ns Ihe Liberal stand- ard hearer, NosTi-rir-s AXD HEAD STUFFY I'TiOM A COLD (H{ CATAUUIfl My Cleansing, Healing Balm Instant- ly Clears Nose, Head arid Throat- Sic pa nasty Catarrhal Discharges, pyll Goes. Try "Ely'o Creaiii Ualm." Gel a Motile'-anyway, just to try a litllc In' tho' nostrils ar.O instantly nose and a.i' of the IioaO wJU open; j on vlll bi'oiithe' frt-fil cliiSlntrss anii Iieadnuhc tUs'atiDcar." luorningt the ctilnrrh, told'in-hcad or calcirrlml sarc throntrwll! lie End Eucli misery nOw! fltt tlui' fmnil Imttlc fjf "Klj's Cream ttalm" nt ilrirjj atorc. This sweet, fragraitt balm dissolves by Ilic bent of .tEic nostrils; penetrates find heals the Inllsincd, u tiH'Hitimne ivlilcli lines trie nose, head.And throat; clears'lEia air passages; 'slops nasty 'discharges and a-'eoling oE ck-anaing, soothing re-'. lief comes Immediately, UonL' lya nn-dkc tonlgiit struggling for .breath, with hefitl sntffcd; nostrils closed with' p'nHlo closed, anJ liWliiKV arrh or a cold. iwUli its niniiEng foul rlropplns iijEo.tlie, and-raw ilryiiesa is dislrfssjng but' truly f t J'ul' your faitk-----just Cream your cold will difupprar. jinsinliolhaia Co.. Ltd., ;